Brad H. Feldman, MD
Dr. Brad Feldman is a board-certified, fellowship trained cornea, refractive (iLASIK, PRK, Visian ICL) and cataract surgeon with Philadelphia Eye Associates. He has extensive experience in a number of advanced surgical procedures including intraocular lens implantation to correct astigmatism and presbyopia, partial thickness and full thickness keratoplasty (DSEK, DALK, PK), intraocular lens exchange and suture fixation, and corneal collagen crosslinking (CXL, KXL) and Intacs ring segments for keratoconus.
Having been with Philadelphia Eye Associates since 2009, Dr. Feldman has been the Primary- and Sub-Investigator in multiple studies involving corneal cross-linking, glaucoma, ocular surface, cataract, and refractive surgery.
In addition to patient care, Dr. Feldman also trains residents and fellows at Wills Eye Hospital in corneal, refractive, and comprehensive eye care services, and is Wills’ primary IntraLase LASIK instructor. Dr. Feldman founded and leads the Wills Eye Hospital’s Center for Academic Global Ophthalmology to help create sustainable eye care in countries that lack sufficient numbers of ophthalmologists. In much of the world, preventable and treatable conditions such as cataract are blinding millions. With a focus on long term training, Dr. Feldman has created international partnerships for Wills Eye to support residency programs in Haiti and Rwanda, and to support ophthalmologists serving unmet needs in India, Nepal, Kenya, Burundi, and Sierra Leone.
Dr. Feldman has served extensively with the American Academy of Ophthalmology since his residency. He co-founded and served as Editor-in-Chief of the EyeWiki™, the world’s most popular encyclopedia of eye disease. He has held multiple leadership positions with the Academy including Secretary of Membership, Chair of the Young Ophthalmologist Committee International Subcommittee, and as a member of the Global Education and Outreach Committee.
- Bachelor of Science from Duke University
- Doctor of Medicine from University of Rochester School of Medicine
- Internship at Albert Einstein Medical Center
- Ophthalmology Residency at George Washington University
- Fellowship at Duke University Eye Center
Positions & Distinctions
- Founding Director of the Wills Eye Hospital Center for Academic Global Ophthalmology
- Secretary of Membership for the American Academy of Ophthalmology
- Editor-in-Chief of EyeWiki™
- American Academy of Ophthalmology Winner of Multiple Achievement and Secretariat Awards
- Wills Eye Hospital Golden Apple and Advocacy Awards
- FDA Expert Consultant, Ophthalmic Devices Division